The Wife Maker: The Husband Maker, Book 3

The Wife Maker: The Husband Maker, Book 3

by Karey White

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ISBN-13: 9781941898079
Publisher: Karey White
Publication date: 02/13/2015
Pages: 210
Sales rank: 1,129,833
Product dimensions: 5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.44(d)

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The Wife Maker: The Husband Maker, Book 3 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 6 reviews.
lovingthebooks More than 1 year ago
This is a FANTASTICALLY FUN series! You have seen Charlotte send every guy she has dated into the wedded bliss of another girls arms in The Husband Maker. And you have traveled with her to Scotland in The Match Maker. Now watch Charlotte as she pulls all her strength together in one last effort to be The Wife Maker... This time SHE will be the wife. Only problem? She wants Angus... But Angus is tired of waiting for her love and has moved to Kansas City in order to be rid of Charlotte. His heart cannot take another let down. Should Charlotte follow Angus to Kansas City? Will Angus take her back? What if it is all for nothing and she is left with... nothing? LOVED. LOVED. LOVED. THIS. BOOK! SO WONDERFULLY WRITTEN! A TRUE MUST-READ!
JerseyGirlBookReviews More than 1 year ago
Can a girl who has been called "the husband maker" ever find true love with Mr. Right, especially when it's her best friend, and he has been there for her the whole time? In the first book of The Husband Maker series, The Husband Maker, author Karey White introduces the reader to Charlotte, who is unlucky when it comes to love. Since high school, every guy that she has dated has gone on to marry the next girl they dated. She has been called "The Husband Maker" and questions why she can't find Mr. Right, and what has she done wrong. But when she meets Kyle Aldsworth, a Senator's son with political aspirations of his own, she is swept off her feet. Then in the second book of the series, The Match Maker, Charlotte's story picks up six month later after she has suffered a broken heart from Kyle. Charlotte tried to shake it off and move on by playing matchmaker for her best friends Aleena and Angus, only to find her own heart beating fast for a charming Scotsman tourist named Flynn! Now in the The Wife Maker, the third book in the series, Charlotte is back from Scotland without Flynn, and she has her heart set on her best friend Angus, who just broke up with Aleena. But there is one little problem, Angus is tired of waiting for Charlotte to consider him more than a best friend, he has decided to move on with his life, and has accepted a position halfway across the country in Kansas City. Will Charlotte's plan to get back the most important person in her life succeed, can she win Angus' heart? The Wife Maker is the third book in The Husband Maker series that continues to follow Charlotte's journey of finding true love. Author Karey White weaves a wonderful contemporary romance story set in San Francisco and Kansas City, that is lighthearted, whimsical, and fun. It easily draws the reader into Charlotte and Angus' story as it unfolds with a nice mixture of clean romance, drama, and humor. I enjoyed following Charlotte's journey filled with dramatic ups and downs, and how she navigates her way through planning out how to win Angus' heart. I really enjoyed that the story was told in the first person narrative from both Charlotte and Angus' perspective. I loved how the romantic angst played out between them: Angus didn't want to get his heart broken, and he tries to move forward with his life; while Charlotte realizes that Angus is her one true love, and is willing to move across the country to win his heart! This is a wonderful conclusion to a very enjoyable romantic series!  The Wife Maker is a sweet romantic story that is a delightful read for all romance fans!
l_manning More than 1 year ago
Charlotte has a reputation of being a "husband maker." Everyone she dates goes on to marry the next person they meet. That's all fine and good, and Charlotte has dealt with it fairly well. However, she's realized that maybe she needs to focus those matchmaking skills elsewhere...on her best friend Angus. He surprised her by telling her that he was in love with her, and after some soul searching Charlotte has decided that he's perfect. The only problem is Angus has decided to move on with his life. Now Charlotte has to see if she can get back the one person she never thought she'd lose. I thoroughly enjoyed the first two books in this series, so I was ready to see what happened in this one. Especially after the ending of the last book. The story jumps right in, but this time we get the added bonus of having some of Angus's point of view. It was very interesting. Angus is trying to save himself the pain of a breakup. Charlotte is his dear friend, but he can't separate that from his love for her. So he decides that distance and time may help with that, and he moves halfway across the country. Of course Charlotte is not likely to let a little cross-country move get in the way of the one thing she realizes she really needs- her best friend and one true love. Sometimes I just wanted to shake Angus and tell him to get over his trepidation, but I kind of understood it at the same time. It's hard to jump in and risk so many things that are important to you. Charlotte though decided to be bold an make a major move. It was fun to see her so sure of what she wanted. Charlotte would let nothing get in her way. I think the author did a great job of keeping the tension from getting too repetitive and moving the story alone. This book was a wonderful conclusion to a very fun series. You could certainly read this as a standalone, but I recommend reading every one of these books! Book provided for review.
rhonda1111RL More than 1 year ago
4 STARS Finally the last book of the Husband Maker is here. It was good to end. Was not sure how this book would turn out. I was happy with it. It is full of drama, relationships, and romance. It is a clean read. Charlotte nickname was husband maker. For years the ex-boyfriend of hers married the next girl they dated after breaking up with her. Her twin brother Will and his best friend Angus called her Chuck or Charles. Charlotte at last figured out she loved Angus. When Charlotte finally told him. Angus told her it was too late that he was moving away for four years to complete his training and fellowship to special in hip replacements. Angus finally told Charlotte that he loved her and kissed her. Charlotte ran away to Scotland. He has given up on her and plans to get out of the state and get over her finally. He changed his residency and starting a fellowship at the same time in Kansas city. Charlotte has to decide what to do. She loves her life in San Francisco. I was given this ebook Wife Maker to read so I could give a honest review and be part of Wife Maker blog tour.
WishEnd More than 1 year ago
4.5 Stars Finally! Yes, that's right. I have waited after reading the first two books in this series to finally get to a happily-ever-after ending for Charlotte, or "Charles" as she is often called. I loved these two main characters. It was great to get inside Angus's head as he was one of the main POVs and see what he thinks. I also admired Charles's grit and determination even though it was a rough start. The story went quickly and I enjoyed just about every minute of it, except when I wanted to strangle one of the MCs, specifically Angus in this case. There were some touching moments, some scary moments, and of course some sweet ones. The Wife Maker was full of friendship, family, rough starts, forgiveness, letting go, and learning that love is sometimes worth risking everything. Definitely a great series for those who enjoy short and sweet romances. Content: Clean Source: From the tour host, which did not affect my review in any way.
WhatsBeyondForks More than 1 year ago
Angus has been my choice from the start, but now he's ready to put his love for Charlotte behind him and move on with his life, and move on he does. Meanwhile, Charlotte has finally realized what she wants has been right in front of her. I wanted to slap both of them around a few times for their silliness through this book, but I loved how it ultimately played out. It was a fitting finale to a cute and entertaining story! The ARC of The Wife Make by Karey White was kindly provided to me by the author for review. The opinions are my own.